A Teen is Busted for Bank Robbery and Car Theft When She Brags About it on YouTube
We're wondering how many more stories it'll take before the idiots of the world realize: If you brag about COMMITTING CRIMES online, especially major crimes, the cops MIGHT notice. Last week, 19-year-old Hannah Sabata of Stromsburg, Nebraska posted a YouTube video where she bragged about stealing a car and robbing a bank. She called it the, "best day of her life."
Well, the police found the video. They connected Hannah to a Pontiac Grand Am that was stolen in York, Nebraska, and a bank robbery in Waco, Nebraska where she made off with $6,256. And it was especially easy since Hannah was wearing the SAME CLOTHES in the YouTube video as she was when she robbed the bank.
She was arrested, and all but $30 of the stolen money has been found. For what it's worth, in her profile on the website deviantART, Hannah says she is married, pregnant, AND has HIV. She also says she can put both of her legs behind her head.
Here's the YouTube video, which she randomly set to GREEN DAY.
(Gawker / Omaha World-Herald)